Eliot Lamb has dreaded this occasion for the past three years of his life - the last night of university. Gathered with his mates in the King's Arms for one final, historic night on the lash, he begins the ultimate descent: Pub, Bar, and Club. As he stares into the foam of his debut pint, he knows that before the night reaches its climactic conclusion on the sweaty dance-floor of Filth he must solve the dilemma of his knotty love-life, risk his closest friendship, face up to a tragic secret, and deal with the fact that he hasn't a clue what to do with the rest of his life. "Noughties" raises a glass to all the youthful confusion, fierce ambition and helpless yearning that characterises student life. Eliot may know a lot about Renaissance poetry, the post-modern novel, French literary theory and how to get hammered at a highly competitive rate, but he is fast realising that adult life beckons, and it's going to be asking a lot more of him than that.